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Two-Story, 55,000 s/f fitness club coming to Hunt Valley Towne Centre Greenberg Gibbons announces 55,000 s/f fitness club opening at Hunt Valley Towne Cen tre

• A relax and recovery lounge with HydroMassage beds • Luxurious spa-inspired locker rooms • Large functional and free weight areas • A kids’ club “We’re excited to expand the fitness amenities at Hunt Valley Towne Centre,” said Brian Gibbons , Chairman and CEO on Greenberg Gib - bons. “As an upscale wellness center, Onelife Fitness will be unlike any other gym in the Hunt Valley area.” Onelife Fitness is a state-

of-the-art fitness club known for its vast amenities and in - novative, community-focused, and affordable services. The gym is owned by US Fitness Holdings, which operates more than 50 gyms in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Georgia and Washington, D.C. Hunt Valley Towne Centre is the club’s fifth Maryland location. “At Onelife Fitness, we’ve experienced rapid growth over the past few years while work - ing to meet rising demand,” said Ori Gorfine, chief operat - ing officer. “We are thrilled to bring the ultimate fitness experience to Hunt Valley, and our team is so excited to provide the community with the tools and motivation they need to succeed in their health and fitness journey.” Hunt Valley Towne Centre, anchored by Wegmans, Regal Cinemas and Marshalls, of - fers a wide array of retail and restaurant options, including Dick’s Sporting Goods, DSW, Ulta Beauty, Bassett Furni - ture, HomeGoods, California Pizza Kitchen, Club Pilates, Eileen Fisher, Ann Taylor Loft and more. Hunt Valley Towne Centre is amixed-use shopping destination and lifestyle center located six miles north of I-695 on Shawan Rd. between I-83 and York Rd. MAREJ SVN Miller Commercial brings italian restaurant to North Salisbury SALISBURY, MD — Ton- ney Insley and Brent Miller with SVN | Miller Com - mercial Real Estate settle another deal that will bring a new restaurant to the Salis - bury area. 2325 N. Salisbury Blvd. will be the future site of Ripieno’s Ristorante Italiano. The land used to be the site of a commercial office and a single-family residence. The restaurant is expected to have both indoor and outdoor seat- ing including a deck on the North side overlooking Leon - ard’s Pond. This deal marks the final transaction for Insley as part of this development that has included Aldi Grocery Store and Panera Bread. The Ripi - eno’s will be an excellent ad - dition to this overall develop - ment and will add sophistica- tion for the restaurant options

WINGS MILLS, MD — Greenberg Gib- bons announced that

Onelife Fitness will open a two-story, state-of-the-art fitness club at Hunt Valley Towne Centre, the mixed-use destination in northern Balti- more County. The new 55,000 s/f facility will open later this year and feature: • An expansive cardio cin - ema • Boutique studio offering signature classes, including Barre, APEX-HIIT, Spark and more • Indoor lap pool

Hunt Valley Towne Centre

Relocation Opportunities Wanted

PENNSYLVANIA COUNTIES OF INTEREST INCLUDE: Bradford, Bucks, Carbon, Columbia, Lackawanna, Lehigh, Luzerne, Lycoming, Monroe, Northampton, Pike, Schuylkill, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Wayne, Wyoming TYPES OF LOCATIONS WANTED: End Cap, In-Line, Drive-Thru, Free Standing

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